The Time for a Digital-First Strategy Is Now

Bringing your core, ecosystem and edge strategies together is necessary for market survival.
Equinix – Volume 5 of the Global Interconnection Index (GXI) confirms that the pandemic triggered a tectonic shift in increased demand for digital services and accelerated the need to digitize business models by several years. For digital leaders, experiencing years of growth in a matter of months increased their advantage as many implemented their digital-first strategies. For organizations taking a follower approach, where digital transformation was still mostly bound to physical limitations and fixed dependencies, and followers found themselves losing control over business throughput, supply chain, customer engagement and potentially their position in the market.

Digital-first means digital business and technology strategies must become indistinguishable with sustainability central, to close any organization performance gaps, expand opportunity and gain material reforms on digital transformation efforts. As part of this transformation, your digital infrastructure is designed to enable the business to be a disruptor and not one of the disrupted. more>

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